Author: Charlotte Stone
Genre: Historical Romance
Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars
Natalia Hext– or rather Leah Wells– has a secret that the Men of Nashwood would kill for.
Circumstances have forced her to keep her true identity hidden.
It is unfortunate that the boy she once knew, now a very handsome man, is eager to expose her secrets in the most cruel and sensual of ways.
William Tift knows there’s more to the eye than what the cryptic Mrs. Wells presents to the world.
Something about Leah is not quite right.
He’ll find out what it is, never mind that he feels a familiarity with her.
The point is, she knows too much and William will do what he must to keep her quiet.
But Leah won’t go down easily.
When with each encounter, the sexual tension becomes harder to ignore.
… as do their hidden feelings.
What will happen when Leah’s true identity is revealed?
And when secrets come to light, will love stand strong or fall under its weight?
About the Author:
n a near cynical world which we are currently living in, Charlotte finds comfort in the readings of Regency Romance writings, one of her favourite would be Laura Kinsale’s Flowers from the storm where the female character loves and saves the male lead character who is a stroke victim. It was such writings which inspired her to be an author herself.
In Charlotte’s writings, the characters are able to see beyond the imperfections of each other and to accept and love one another, just the way one is.
Isn’t this true of our inner self?
To be able to find someone who is able to see the beauty in us, in spite of all imperfections we might have. Isn’t this true of what love really should be? Ever accepting, ever loving, ever seeking.
May you find love and acceptance in Charlotte’s writings.
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